Fred Jackson is active for Monday night's game against the Jets.
Colts re-signed OLB Victor Butler.
They waived DL Kelcy Quarles to make room. Butler is a once-promising pass rusher who missed all of 2013 with a torn ACL, and has been cut by several teams since. 27 years old, he'll try to earn snaps in Indy's sub-package defense.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expressed confidence Monday that Marshawn Lynch (back, illness) will play on Thanksgiving against the 49ers.
"We'll expect he'll be ready to go," said Carroll. "He won't want to miss this." It's obviously a huge division game in primetime. Lynch missed a number of plays in Sunday's win over the Cardinals because he was "sick to his stomach," Carroll said after the game. Carroll also acknowledged Lynch's longstanding back woes haven't gone away. He'll be a low-end RB1 against the 49ers.
Chiefs placed SS Eric Berry on the reserve/non-football illness list, ending his season.
Per ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher, the team believes Berry has lymphoma. If so, it's a scary time for Berry and his family. It's also a huge loss for the Chiefs, who may have to reinsert Marcus Cooper as a starting corner after moving Ron Parker from safety the past few weeks. The fifth overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, Berry turns 26 in December. This is his contract year.
Jarvis Landry and Mike Wallace both played 46 snaps in the Dolphins' Week 12 loss to the Broncos.
Brian Hartline was third in line with 43 snaps. Although Landry primarily aligns in the slot, he has "started" six of Miami's last seven games and quietly but surely emerged as the favorite for targets in the Dolphins' pass-catcher corps. He's an every-week WR3 in fantasy leagues, particularly in PPR.
The Broncos will work out free agent K Jay Feely on Tuesday.
Former Bucs kicker Connor Barth will be at the same tryout. The Broncos are putting current PK Brandon McManus on notice. McManus has missed four field goals, and Denver's playcalling has shown little confidence in him.
Bishop Sankey suffered a stinger in the Titans' Week 12 loss to Philadelphia.
Sankey suffered the injury on a lost fumble. He returned to the game and should be all systems go for Sunday's Week 13 clash with the Titans.
Dexter McCluster is currently in the NFL's concussion protocol.
If McCluster can't play Sunday against the Texans, the Titans might be forced to put more on Bishop Sankey's plate in obvious passing situations.